Another window light portrait of Janet that I love. I told her that she would make a really good rich woman because she has this natural posture of condescension. Even though the crumpled tee-shirt and her security blanket sweat jacket that she cut the sleeves off of and refuses to part with sort of takes it down a notch or two.
Janet is the most down to earth, least arrogant person you will ever meet in spite of her natural posture. This photograph captures that aspect of Janet that I have over the years come to accept and admire--Janet is Janet pure and simple. In thirty years of marriage I have never heard Janet express the least bit of envy for those more fortunate than she, nor the least self-pity for her own misfortunes. She is simply a remarkably strong person.
The photograph is a little soft but I like that. Shot with the D200, 50mm f/1.4, at 1/15 sec @ f/4.5, handheld. Conversion in Capture NX.